Checkout the below listed latest top 10 best Songs For Girls in 2017, Throughout the years, there have been so many musical instances of “girl power”. With this in mind, it was believed that women or men could benefit from seeing a list of some of the best ‘specifically girl’ songs that have ever been created. So the below list will feature the ten greatest songs for girls that have been written throughout music history, and have been a staple for girl’s night out playlists each and every year.
Here we present the list of top 10 best Songs For Girls in 2017
10. “Single Ladies” – Beyonce
This is a song that is quite literally for all the single ladies that might have been tussled around emotionally by the men in their life. Now that the singer is moving on with her life, she has a few lasting and memorable words for her former love: “if you like it then you should have put a ring on it”. This is a song that is for all the strong, independent woman that are through waiting around for their boyfriends to be ready to take that next step and have decided to step back out onto the dating scene.
9. “Bitch” – Meredith Brooks
As the title would suggest, Meredith Brooks does not shy away from all of the things that she considers herself to be in this iconic track. While she shamelessly claims to be a bitch in the song, this is an empowering track for women everywhere to own who they are and the people that they are. There are men that will love you and appreciate you for who you are, even if you are a little difficult to deal with at times. That’ the general message that is being delivered here.
8. “No Scrubs” – TLC
Every woman everywhere can relate to either dating a loser or getting hit on by losers throughout their life. While the track might seem a little demeaning to guys, it actually doesn’t come from that point of view at all. It is a song about appreciating yourself enough to know that you deserve someone who is going to treat you like the queen you are and no scrub is going to be able to do that for you. So keep them out of your life.
7. “Redneck Woman” – Gretchen Wilson
This is for all of the redneck women out there in the country genre. This is an anthem for living life in the lower middle class tax bracket and still finding your footing as a beautiful woman. Gretchen Wilson talks about shopping at Walmart for her lingerie instead of higher priced stores and that her man still likes it just the same, for example. It’s about being proud of who you are in the moment you are in, and staying true to your country roots, and Gretchen put together quite a solid track to unite country women all over the world.
6. “Venus” – Bananarama
While this song seemingly has been used a lot in advertisements for women’s razors throughout the years, this is actually a far more iconic song than just uniting women under the banner of shaving their legs. Bananarama celebrates womanhood as a whole through their track “Venus” which is about being sexy and sultry, and owning your sexuality and the effect that you can have on men if you can just let go a little bit.
5. “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” – Shania Twain
Shania Twain is another country music artist, though the latter part of her career saw the artist crossing over into more of a pop sound which saw this song amongst others getting rotations on Pop radio. This is another anthem about celebrating womanhood. While there are so many things these days regarding extreme feminism, sometimes it is nice to have a song about enjoying all of the things that make women so alluring and unique.
4. “Don’t Cha” – The Pussycat Dolls (feat. Busta Rhymes)
There is nothing quite like getting the attention of every guy in the room, and that is what the song “Don’t Cha” is all about. The premise for this song is all about asking a guy at the club if he wishes his girlfriend was as hot as any of the singers of this song. This is one of the top songs for girl power because it encourages dancing together and showing off your best self. If you really let yourself go during this song playing at the club or at a party, chances are that hypothetical guy is going to be answering this question with a resounding yes.
3. “Wannabe” – Spice Girls
The Spice Girls were all about good times and having fun with your best friends. “Wannabe” might have come out in the 1990’s, but it is still one of the best songs to have on a girl’s night out playlist. Because it is all about it being okay when guys are in the picture, but if they aren’t going to respect your friends and aren’t liked by the people that always have her back, you aren’t going to be with her very long. This is a song that is an excellent choice for group karaoke too, just so you know.
2. “Hold On” – Wilson Phillips
Wilson Phillips saw successes well before the Spice Girls and this all girl group encouraged comradery among the female gender in much the same ways. While this particular song is more about taking control of your life in general, it could just as easily be an empowering song for things going wrong in life and you choosing to stand out above it and not let it bring you down anymore.
1. “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” – Cyndi Lauper
Cyndi Lauper holds the number one spot with the best song for girls everywhere with her hit “Girls Just Want To Have Fun.” This is a song about not taking life to seriously and making sure that there is always time to just be a girl, even with the pressures to succeed from your parents or whoever.
In the world of girl empowering songs, these are the best that you are likely to find. Most of these songs speak to never ending friendships, the bonds of being a girl, or just being really comfortable with your general attractiveness and what that means when other people are going to be jealous. Either way, these tracks will make you happy for all of womankind, and they are must haves for your girl’s night out playlist.